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Governor Kabogo says sorry to Kiambu women he slighted

"I apologize to all the Kiambu women and ladies," he said, adding that the propaganda was to defame him as well as stopping him from being the next governor for Kiambu, yet his developmental projects were transformational.

By Lucy Mwihakilmwihaki@kenyafreepress.comTuesday, 16 May 2017 16:47 EAT

Governor Kabogo addressing journalists upon his decision to defend his seat as independent candidate.

There has been a long silence from outgoing Kiambu governor William Kabogo since his losing the gubernatorial seat for Kiambu County. Surprisingly he has shown up as an independent candidate, an indication that he has not yet given up.

In an interview on Citizen TV yesterday, Mr Kabogo addressed the Kiambu people saying that he will run as an independent candidate and that during the August polls he will be in ballots. "I will run as an independent candidate because the nomination were flawed and characterized by obvious irregularities.

He added that the information that was spreading about him insulting women was a false, intended to stop his campaign. "I apologize to all the Kiambu women and ladies," he said, adding that the propaganda was to defame him as well as stopping him from being the next governor for Kiambu, yet his developmental projects were transformational.

It’s very difficult to lead the Kiambu people as they are so learned and political. Due to this fact I wish whoever will be the next governor well, there is a serious job to be done in Kiambu. “My fate is not with human beings, it’s with God.” I don’t give up and I will never give up".

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